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JBMasterAngler

Memorial Day Plans

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I plan on camping at cut foot sioux memorial weekend, this will be my first ever open water trip to the winnie area. I'm banking on lot's of walleyes, but what else can I expect to catch that time of year on winnie/cust foot sioux?

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the perch and northern are also mixed togather on the flats chasing shiners so you get a nice mixed bag

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We did that several years in a row, been a while now. My advice - get there early, like Weds or Thurs, or you might not get a campsite. Good luck, I always had a lot of fun on that trip. Walleyes with perch and pike mixed in.

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